By Jake Levin @Jakelevin477 MEDFIELD—For the second game of the season, John Isaf will take it. The head coach of the three-time defending Division 2 State Champion Medfield Warriors knows there are plenty of things his team needs to work on, but Medfield executed some timely plays on offense Saturday afternoon to help them outlast the Shenendehowa (N.Y.) Plainsmen, 12-8. “Playing a team like that early in the season, that’s what it’s about,” Isaf said after the game. “Find out who we are, what we’ve got to work on, what we’ve got to get better at.” Jack Cahill masked many of Medfield’s deficiencies with a game-high five goals, including the first two goals

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